Five Reasons I Love Investing With DRIPs

This is a guest post from Hank Coleman who writes about personal finance, money, and investing on his blog, Money Q&A.  Although the article is directed towards U.S. investors, DRIPs are essentially the same here in Canada. I love investing in dividend reinvestment plans, also known simply by their acronym, DRIP, pronounced like a drip that comes out of your faucet. They are an easy way to invest directly in shares of stock of a company and skip your stock brokerage firm and their commission. ...

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Is a 16.8% Dividend Sustainable?

Last week I received a couple of great questions, and I felt they were important enough to share with readers. So with permission, I’ve posted one of the questions today, and I will post the other next week. I also invite your discussion, since ultimately we are all here to learn! Is a 16.8% Dividend Sustainable? Question: Given the low payout ratio of 58% and a P/E of 3.29 would now be a good time to stock up on Chorus Aviation (CHR.B-T)? Do you think the 16.8% dividend is sustainable? What ...

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